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Definition of folk

folk

  • Is used as a greeting.
    What up folk.

    Last edited on Oct 19 2010. Submitted by William A. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Jan 07 2000.

  • used to address someone when you or they are leaving.
    Aight folk.

    Last edited on May 14 2011. Submitted by William A. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Jan 07 2000.

  • friends. It can be used for one or more persons.
    Man, them my folk.

    Last edited on Oct 19 2010. Submitted by William A. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Jan 07 2000.

  • Note: it is never pronounced in plural form. Is used in Atlanta.

    Last edited on Jan 07 2000. Submitted by William A. from Atlanta, GA, USA on Jan 07 2000.

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Definitions include: a friend or associate, (mainly used with males).
Definitions include: the police or the "po-po" originated from Harlem.

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